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  • Kristi Ulrich

    DIY TERRARIUM :: Another cool DIY terrarium idea! (This Explorer Terrarium retails for $35!). A 7"x5" bottle w/ glass stopper is used (any glass bottle w/ a cork works fine!) is filled with stones, soil, moss a little plastic figurine. A stick is used to place items in through the narrow bottle neck. Keep out of direct sun lightly mist every 2-4 wks! I'd use distilled water to avoid mineral build up or water spots sprinkle a bit of activated charcoal below the soil to keep it fresh!

  • maiko S→K

    Tropisma DIY kit by Twig Terrarium | twigterrariums

  • Miriam Lazewatsky

    Brooklyn Botanic Garden Tropisma DIY Terrarium Kit

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